ons-input onchange handler
I know we can use regular <input type=text> elements, but with 2.0’s autostyling, it’s preferrable to use ons-input. The problem is that ons-input doesn’t seem to do anything to attached html event handlers to the <input> field it creates.
I’d like to be able to do:
<ons-input ... onChange=...></ons-input>
but instead if have to add more code that will locate the dynamically created <input> element and add my event handlers to it. Are there any plans in 2.0 to add support for onClick/onChange/onInput… handlers to ons-input as well as add a property to set and get the values via ons-input attributes rather than having to dig down to the input tag after it’s created?
@evan I can’t speak for the Onsen team, but based on the post here:
And some other discussions, I would think that Onsen is moving to a more standards based platform. To quote @Fran-Diox from the above post:
So, based on that information, I would believe the lifespan of onBlank events is limited / nearing the end.
I’m not sure what’s the problem here. This works thanks to event bubbling.
As for the get/set values,
ons-inputworks as a normal input. Modify
@munsterlander We prefer this approach for our sample apps because there are many new developers who can learn about it. But it’s not our goal to impose a specific code style to everyone. Anyone should be able to use
onclickand those handlers if they want
@Fran-Diox Well, I retract said statements! Good to know for future development as well.